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Omega-3 Fatty Acids

Omega-3 Fatty AcidsOmega-3 fatty acids are essential for growth and development of the human organism. Primarily, omega-3 fatty acids have a key role in the growth and development of brain and neurological system. The human body is unable to synthesize them, therefore it is necessary to bring them through food.

It is important to know that, omega 3 fats unlike other fats should be consumed in large quantities. Now, the logical question: Which foods are rich in omega-3 fatty acids?

Fish and seafood are the main and most concentrated food source of these precious fats. Foods of plant origin rich in omega-3 fatty acids include: flax seeds and their oil, walnuts and soybean oil.

A regular intake of omega-3 fatty acids can prevent many diseases, such as:

Prostate problems
Hypertension
Elevated cholesterol
Arthritis
Osteoarthritis
Nervous breakdown
Bad memory
Eczema
Psoriasis
Dry nails
Dry skin
Premature aging

It is particularly recommended in the nutrition of pregnant women. Specifically, omega-3 fats are especially important for brain development in babies.







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